Bethesda, one of the most renowned communities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, is known as a great destination for ethnic restaurants, boutiques, home décor shops and artistic and trendy hot spots. Additionally, as home of the National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine and the National Naval Medical Center, it is one of the leading biomedical research centers.
From award-winning theatre to independent films, downtown Bethesda’s Art and Entertainment District is filled with inspiring artists and art venues. Unique galleries and public art fill the streets. The Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District is managed by the Bethesda Urban Partnership, Inc.
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The Bethesda Theater, built in 1938 and opened as one of the era’s Art Deco cinema palaces, is coming back…
“Shouldn’t you Bowlmor? Since 2001, Bowlmor Lanes Bethesda has been the Washington DC area’s premier upscale bowling alley.”
11 mile biker-hiker trail running from west Silver Spring to Georgetown DC. The trail was formerly used as the Georgetown…
Houses headquarters of the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Foundation, a library and depictions of the life and activities of Mahatma Gandhi…
An ideal spot to watch birds and other small creatures in their real habitats. Includes child-friendly live animals and hands-on…
Enjoy Parker’s American grill and watch your favorite sporting event in the restaurant’s sports bar.
Vamoose is a premier bus service between NYC and the Washington, DC suburbs (Bethesda, MD; Arlington, VA & Lorton, VA).…
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Come prepared with a handful of standstill pieces (i.e. those you have taken as far as you can but cant seem to finish). Each week we will re-see each poem in various ways based on an ongoing list of strategies we will create as a group. Ill bring methods from canonized poets and my own tried and trues. You bring yours. Well brainstorm processes, drafts, and completion versus abandonment.
This course will provide an intense familiarity with poems and poets, with a heavy focus on poems written within the last 100 years. Students will read selections of poetry and the occasional short essay pertaining to the craft and purpose of poetry. Students will complete weekly assignments in the form of journal entries (responding to recent readings) and will, each week, write poems which imitate recent readings in order to better understand the multiple ways in which poets can make meaning.
Yet another elegant production created by the Puppet Co., Sleeping Beauty combines romance and adventure in a story of fairies, frogs, kings and queens, and of course, a sleeping princess and the gallant prince destined to find her. Told with rod puppets and wonderful special effects, the show is a real treat for princesses and princes, big and small! Show runs Feb. 13 " Mar. 23, 2014. Show times: Thursdays & Fridays at 10 & 11:30 a.m.; Saturdays & Sundays at 11:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. Recommended: PreK " Grade 4.